Overview

Australasian Environmental Law Enforcement and Regulators neTwork.


NetworkThe Australasian Environmental Law Enforcement and Regulators network is a well-respected and internationally recognised professional network for environmental regulators across Australia and New Zealand. AELERT members work in local, state and federal government agencies to implement and administer environmental legislation. AELERT offers members a professional forum in which they can:

  • Share and solve common issues;       
  • Identify best practice and consistent approaches to environmental regulation;       
  • Access a range of industry networking opportunities;       
  • Collaborate to exchange resources, information, knowledge and experience.

AELERT is supported by a full time Secretariat. Find out more about the Secretariat on the Contact page

Formally established in 2003, AELERT’s current membership includes over 190 member agencies and more than 1000 member officers. AELERT plays an important role in securing a sustainable Australasia through the advancement of best practice environmental regulation. As such, the core of AELERT’s activities concern facilitating cross-jurisdictional collaboration on mutual regulatory challenges; promoting the development of the regulatory craft; and fostering capacity building across the Network. Whilst the Network undertakes its activities primarily through projects undertaken by its Clusters (or working groups), the AELERT Secretariat also provides a range of professional development opportunities including webinars on topics of cross-jurisdictional significance, a biennial Forum for senior level practitioners, jurisdiction-based networking events and AELERT’s premiere event – the biennial AELERT Conference.

You can find out more about AELERT's recent activities by reading the  2015 AELERT Annual Report.